Using Bands to Control Sets of LoopTracks
jambient lets you turn adjacent LoopTracks into Bands that can be controlled as a set. You can define up to six Bands. Bands are identified by colour. You can also control sets of LoopTracks using theGang.
Bands are defined by Band dividers, which indicate where a Band stops, and where the next one starts. A Band contains all the LoopTracks just below its divider, up to the next divider ow (the last band always ends with the last LoopTrack). The red Band's divider cannot be moved.
To adjust bands or add more Bands, drag the coloured handles of the Band dividers up and down.
Wedge Bands vs Block Bands
Double click on the coloured handle to toggle it from a Wedged Band to a Block Band.
Wedge Bands simply mark sets of LoopTracks so that you can manipulate them as a set using the Gang. For example, you could use the Gang to control all the LoopTracks in the green Band.
Block Bands let you manipulate a set of loops as a block, using the LoopTrack controls of the first LoopTrack in the Band. This LoopTrack acts as a master control for the rest of the LoopTracks in the Block.
Using the Master LoopTrack to Control a Block
Powerful Fading Effects
Powerful Fading effects can be achieved using the Volume Slider in the master LoopTrack, and you can Cross Fade them into one another.
Whenever you copy or load a sample into the master LoopTrack, it is loaded or copied into all LoopTracks in the Band. If you use Dropper in the master LoopTrack, then any values it picks up are transmitted to all LoopTracks in the Band.
Also See: The Gang